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Introduction

Snowboard bindings are easy to take apart and replace. In this guide we will show you how to replace a Union Force binding. Most snowboard bindings are very similar to remove, but there may be some slight differences.

Image 1/3: Not all binding straps will release the same way. If you are having trouble releasing your binding straps, please refer to your owner's manual. Image 2/3: Not all binding straps will release the same way. If you are having trouble releasing your binding straps, please refer to your owner's manual. Image 3/3: Not all binding straps will release the same way. If you are having trouble releasing your binding straps, please refer to your owner's manual.
  • Release the binding straps by lifting up on the buckle and pulling towards the direction of the end of the ladder.

    • Not all binding straps will release the same way. If you are having trouble releasing your binding straps, please refer to your owner's manual.

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Image 1/2: The highback plate is the vertical support plate located on the heel side of the binding. Image 2/2: The highback plate is the vertical support plate located on the heel side of the binding.
  • Move the straps and the highback plate out of the way in order to have clear access to the foot pad screw.

  • The highback plate is the vertical support plate located on the heel side of the binding.

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  • Use a #2 Phillips screwdriver to remove the panhead, 10mm wide, M4 x 12mm screw located in the middle of the foot pad.

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Image 1/3: Lift or slide the binding off the board and set the screws aside. Image 2/3: Lift or slide the binding off the board and set the screws aside. Image 3/3: Lift or slide the binding off the board and set the screws aside.
  • Use a #2 Phillips screwdriver to remove the four ovalhead M6 x 12mm screws that attach the base plate of the binding to the board.

  • Lift or slide the binding off the board and set the screws aside.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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